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What are the uses of Apetamin?

Apetamin Syrup is a medicine that is used for the treatment of Loss of appetite, Allergic conjunctivitis due to inhalant allergens and foods, Perennial and seasonal allergic rhinitis, Allergic reactions to blood or plasma, Dermatographism, Vasomotor rhinitis and other conditions.
The complete list of uses and indications for Apetamin Syrup is as follows:

Reviews - Apetamin Syrup Uses

The following are the results of on-going survey on TabletWise.com for Apetamin Syrup. These results only indicate the perceptions of the website users. Please base your medical decisions only on the advice of a doctor or a registered medical professional.
Uses
The most commonly reported use of this medicine is for 'Loss of appetite'.
Use Users Percentile Effective
Loss of appetite64
 
Allergic conjunctivitis due to inhalant allergens and foods37
Perennial and seasonal allergic rhinitis13
Allergic reactions to blood or plasma10
Dermatographism9
Vasomotor rhinitis6
 
Appetite changes4
 
Cold urticaria4
Allergies3
 
Lack of appetite2
 
Migraine and vascular headache1
 
  • Major
  • Moderate
  • Slight
  • None
  • Can't tell
Participants: 153
Effective
72 out of 87 users report that this medicine is effective.
Effective Users Percentile
Works72
Does not work15
Participants: 87
Timing
Users report most commonly using this medicine 'before food'.
Frequency Users Percentile
Empty Stomach6
Before food26
After food8
Anytime4
Participants: 44
Regularity
30 out of 61 users report that they regularly use this medicine to manage their health.
Users Percentile
Yes, always, to control health problem30
No, only when problem occurs or worsens31
Participants: 61
Time of Use
Users report most commonly using this medicine at 'morning, afternoon and night'.
Timing Users Percentile
Morning, afternoon and night17
Morning and night9
Morning and afternoon5
Morning only4
Night only3
Afternoon only3
Afternoon and night1
Participants: 42
Self-medication/Prescription
9 out of 52 users report that the medicine has been prescibed by a doctor.
Users Percentile
Prescribed by a doctor9
Not prescribed by a doctor43
Participants: 52
Adherence
Users report always adhering to the prescribed schedule.
Users Percentile
Always21
Often12
Sometimes11
Never2
Participants: 46
Reason for Non-adherence
"I changed the direction to make the medicine more effective" is the most commonly reported reason for non adherence of this medicine.
Reason Users Percentile
I changed the direction to make the medicine more effective2
Financial reason2
Participants: 4
Ease of Usage
Users most commonly report that it is not at all difficult to take this medicine as prescribed.
Difficulty Users Percentile
Not at all6
A little1
Very1
Participants: 8
Habit Forming
2 out of 9 users report that this medicine is habit forming.
Users Percentile
Yes, is habit forming2
No, not habit forming7
Participants: 9
Stopped Using
5 out of 10 users report that they have stopped using this medicine.
Users Percentile
Yes, stopped using5
No, never stopped using5
Participants: 10
Reason to Stop Using
'Course of treatment ended' is the most commonly reported reason to stop using this medicine.
Reason Users Percentile
Course of treatment ended1
Participants: 1
Cheaper Alternative
4 out of 9 users report that they have tried cheaper alternative to this medicine.
Users Percentile
Yes, tried cheaper alternative4
No, not tried cheaper alternative5
Participants: 9
Cheaper Alternative Effectiveness
2 out of 4 users report that the cheaper alternatives to this medicine are effective.
Users Percentile
Yes, cheaper alternative is effective2
No, cheaper alternative is not effective2
Participants: 4

Apetamin Syrup Working, Mechanism of Action and Pharmacology

Apetamin Syrup improves the patient's condition by performing the following functions:

Last updated date

This page was last updated on 7/31/2018.
This page provides information for Apetamin Syrup Uses in English.

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